High quality and nicely detailed brass deco desk clock from Kienzle. Wind-up movement keeps good time for the better part of a week on one winding. Hologram-ish gold star in the middle of the face goes in and out depending on the angle viewed (see back to back pictures of same spot, different angle). Today it would be done with lasers but we have no idea how they did it back when this clock was made -- a very cool feature indeed! Glass is free of any defects, brass plated casing does show some wear as pictured. Definitely doesn't detract nor does it look out of place on the 60+ year old clock. A real statement of class wherever you decide to display this stunning timepiece!
5" x 5" x 2.5" (when standing)
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